Niki Delson

Chair of the Education Committee of the California Coalition on Sexual Offending

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Licensed clinical social worker, and Chairwoman of the Education Committee of the California Coalition on Sexual Offending, an organization that educates and trains professionals who work with sex offenders

Niki Delson on KCRW

When he lived in Washington State,  Jack McClellan  ran a website entitled, “ Seattle-Tacoma-Everett Girl Love .”

A Pedophile in L.A. – Dangerous or Just Annoying?

When he lived in Washington State, Jack McClellan ran a website entitled, “ Seattle-Tacoma-Everett Girl Love .”

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There are 90,000 registered sex offenders in California, and current law says they can't live near schools while they're on parole.

Proposition 83: Sex Offenders and the November Elections

There are 90,000 registered sex offenders in California, and current law says they can't live near schools while they're on parole.

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